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Real Estate – Fraud – Fiduciary Duty Breach – Deed Signature – Res Judicata (access required)

A 73-year-old infirm, nearly blind widow who alleges her son tricked her into signing a deed conveying her real estate to him, that she thought was a medical directive, can bring suit again because the earlier order sustaining defendant’s demurrer to her fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims did not dismiss the suit and ...

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